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|Title: ||Analytical model of a three-dimensional integral|
|Authors: ||Manolache, S|
|Keywords: ||3D Imaging|
Point spread function
|Publication Date: ||2001|
|Publisher: ||Optical Scociety of America|
|Citation: ||Journal of Optical Society of America A. 18(8): 1814-1821, Aug 2001|
|Abstract: ||A mathematical model for a three-dimensional omnidirectional integral recording camera system that uses either circular- or hexagonal-based spherical surface microlens arrays is derived. The geometry of the image formation and recording process is fully described. Matlab is then used to establish the number of recorded micro-intensity distributions representing a single object point and their dependence on spatial position. The point-spread function for the entire optical process for both close and remote imaging is obtained, and the influence of depth on the point-spread dimensions for each type of microlens and imaging condition is discussed.
Comparisons of the two arrangements are made, based on the illustrative numerical results presented.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Engineering and Design Research papers|
Electronic and Computer Engineering
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